Monday, 10 February 2020

We have been lucky

Such devastation particularly in the north of our beautiful country. Homes and businesses flooded again, buildings destroyed, major disruptions in all kinds of things. We know from the floods last July that some of the people effected are still not back in their homes.

The gusts of wind were pretty bad and the rain sideways for a short but NOT sustained period of time. The wind removed the lose top of our wooden gardening bench but kindly dropped it inside its frame. I am thankful DM made the garden safe.

We are still forecast strong winds, with 50 mph gusts until 6pm Tuesday evening!

Ruby awoke this morning to a clean bed, no vomit. She seems a lot happier in herself so fingers crossed she is now on the mend.


8 comments:

  1. Good news about Ruby and I'm glad you sustained no damage.
    xx

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  2. That storm sounds scary. I'm glad all is well, including Ruby.

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  3. I'm glad she seems better, they do worry us don't they. Glad too that you got away lightly after the storm, it's been dreadful for so many people hasn't it :-(

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    1. I can’t even begin to imagine the devastation flooding brings.

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  4. Glad you are safe and sound from the storm. My heart goes out to all those affected there was so much damage and disruption reported on the news.

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    1. Me too because when the weather gets better, their poor lives will be bad.

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